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New Enclosure

Discussion in 'Vivariums and Terrariums' started by TomKemp, Dec 10, 2015.

  1. TomKemp

    TomKemp Arachnoknight

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    I spent the evening finally finishing up an enclosure project for my juvenile Lasiodora parahybana. I've been procrastinating on making the lid for a while because I think mixing my chest cold I'm getting over with epoxy fumes would have been a nightmare. The plants have been established long enough so I figured I would get rolling. I planted chia seed paste in areas tonight so in a week or so it'll look like it has grass patches throughout. I think she'll be happy growing up in there

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  2. wow! Dude this is exactly what I want to do again. I did this a long time ago and it was a sight to behold. Looks great, I love it and I think it looks like a tiny world in there, completely natural.

    Thumbs up sir!

    EDIT: What are those plants? Are they hardy low light plants? Some of them look almost like bonsai trees.
     
  3. TomKemp

    TomKemp Arachnoknight

    I forgot what they are called honestly but they do well in low light. I picked up an assortment of plants from the discount rack at Walmart this fall for cheap and bounced them back to life.
     
  4. JLPicard

    JLPicard Arachnosquire

    Looks superb! I think the structuring and building of an enclosure also contributes to making this hobby as great as it is.
     
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